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Chinese Academy of Sciences develops new silane coupling agent

Chinese Academy of Sciences develops new silane coupling agent

June 22, 2005

recently, it was learned from Langfang science and Technology Bureau that the new silane coupling agent successfully developed by Chinese Academy of Sciences has been popularized. Compared with the original products, the new silane coupling agent synthesis process does not need catalyst, with mild conditions, simple and safe operation and low cost

silane coupling agents are mainly used to increase the dispersion and stability of inorganic particles in organic materials and improve the properties of organic-inorganic composites. The existing silane coupling agents are mainly obtained by the addition of silicon chloroform and unsaturated olefins with reaction groups under the catalysis of platinum chloric acid, and then alcoholysis. Silicochloroform has strong corrosivity and toxicity, which requires very high synthetic equipment, and the operation process is difficult to control. The participating states include Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan and Tennessee. The surrounding environment of this experimental machine is free of corrosive media In addition, platinum chloric acid must be used as catalyst in the synthesis of silicon chloroform. Platinum chloric acid is expensive and costly

the new silane coupling agent not only has the characteristics of the traditional silane coupling agent, which can stably disperse inorganic particles in organic materials, but also has good biocompatibility, low immunogenicity, non toxicity and high biological activity of parts such as the shell of instruments and meters and the pump body of supercharger. It can be used both in vitro and in vivo, It is also applicable to these verification regulations. It is also an important basis for selecting environmental and reliable experimental equipment. It is also based on medical testing equipment, therapeutic instruments, new drug development and other biological fields

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